Pat Bradley

North Country Bureau Chief

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NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was at one of the legal aid offices that provide free assistance to struggling homeowners in Plattsburgh Monday to discuss state programs that help distressed homeowners
avoid foreclosure.

South Burlington Police Department

A Vermont police department has stopped posting mug shots on its Facebook page after people made inappropriate comments about some of the people whose pictures were displayed.

An off-duty Burlington police officer has been charged with drunken driving after a head-on crash.

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There is a glut of milk being produced in the Northeast.  There’s so much that processors are dumping the product before it reaches store shelves.

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The New York State DEC has proposed a snowmobile trail plan in the central Adirondacks.  The issue was up for approval at Thursday’s Adirondack Park Agency meeting.

Fort Drum will lose only 28 soldiers as part of broader troop reductions at military installations nationwide.

Vermont State Police

Vermont State Police say they cited the same driver twice in a five-mile stretch for driving at least 90 mph.

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Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras has brought a proposal before the city Board of Aldermen to bring an outside consultant to analyze the pay rates of city department heads.

Lake Champlain Basin Program

Every three years the Lake Champlain Basin Program releases a report assessing the quality of Lake Champlain’s waters.  The latest report indicates that despite continued efforts to lower phosphorus levels, they continue to increase.

A new exhibit opened at the Wild Center this past weekend.  North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley was at the Natural History Museum in Tupper Lake as the ribbon was cut on the Wild Walk.